Food, Farming and Countryside Commission

Low input farming is cost effective

Graham's farm has transitioned from a high input to low input farming operation

Alwinton, Northumberland, England

Meet Graham, who produces grass-fed lamb on 1200 acres at Alwinton Farm in Northumberland. Alwinton Farm has transitioned from a very high input farm to a low cost, low input farming operation which works economically and environmentally.

When we visited Graham as part of our Land Unlocked tour, he told us why a reduced carbon footprint can be cost effective and talked about the deep local knowledge in farming communities that could be used by policy makers.

Check back here soon for our full interview.

A rapid transition to sustainable farming and land use by 2030 is one of 5 'no regrets' actions we are urging government to take to speed real climate action.